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Have a look at this, view from the chuck

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Carl08/01/2020 21:41:28
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Baz08/01/2020 22:06:56
453 forum posts

Greatly unimpressed!

Ian Skeldon 208/01/2020 22:36:20
487 forum posts
41 photos

I wish I had that much time on my hands, is there going to be a follow up ? View from the tailstock maybe?

John Haine08/01/2020 22:36:57
3272 forum posts
175 photos

Just because you can, doesn't mean you should!

not done it yet08/01/2020 22:40:06
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Could’ve done it all in one go with a variable speed lathe. I’m in the Baz camp.

noel shelley08/01/2020 23:40:34
116 forum posts


John Reese09/01/2020 00:43:25
845 forum posts

Gave me vertigo.

John Reese09/01/2020 00:44:40
845 forum posts

The camera lens was eccentric as was its owner.

DiogenesII09/01/2020 07:23:56
129 forum posts
50 photos

I want to see "From the Ram of My Shaper at Full Travel"..

J Hancock09/01/2020 08:15:16
438 forum posts

I thought I was getting out of bed again.

John MC09/01/2020 08:17:41
305 forum posts
38 photos

Probably just trying to justify spending a small fortune on a Go-Pro.

Rockingdodge09/01/2020 10:34:40
224 forum posts
36 photos

Now you know what a piece of metal goes through, be kind, go faster laugh

Edited By Rockingdodge on 09/01/2020 10:36:04

not done it yet09/01/2020 11:30:59
4893 forum posts
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The shaper vids might depend on how fast the auto focus might work, if in use and able to work?🙂

Howard Lewis09/01/2020 11:41:46
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Expected that at 1800 rpm, the view would become "collideoscopic"

And I thought that I didn't spend enough time in the workshop!


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